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Takahashi Nagashige: Bendable tube assembly. Olympus Optical, June 8, 1971: US3583393 (121 worldwide citation)

Bendable tube assembly for an endoscope comprised of a plurality of thin-walled cylindrical segments arranged in series endwise to each other. The end edge of the segment is bevelled starting from the diametrically opposed two points in the end edge so that two diametrically opposed raised portions ...


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Schoeffler Max S: Interactive computer graphics using video telephone. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, June 8, 1971: US3584142 (120 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a simple method for a video telephone subscriber to interact with a remote time-shared computer in a typical computer graphics mode. The video camera image of a pencil beam of light, pointed in the area of view of the camera, is transmitted to a remote computer. The coordi ...


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Aalund Carl V: Gauge cutting bit. Mission Manufacturing Company, June 8, 1971: US3583504 (91 worldwide citation)

A solid, button-insert-type percussion bit having a generally cylindrical body with a forwardly facing surface and hardened cutter inserts mounted therein and projecting therefrom. A portion of the surface is of conical or frustoconical contour, and the cutter inserts in this portion are arranged as ...


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Baker James G: Variable power, analytic function, optical component in the form of a pair of laterally adjustable plates having shaped surfaces, and optical systems including such components. Polaroid Corporation, June 8, 1971: US3583790 (86 worldwide citation)

A plurality of refracting plates, which are generally perpendicular to an optic axis along which they are in tandem, have quintic or higher order surfaces that are relatively movable laterally in such a way as to be substantially equivalent in their different selected positions to a plurality of len ...


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Wagner Theodore R: Tool carrier case. June 8, 1971: US3583556 (79 worldwide citation)

The two-section all-plastic case is molded in one piece, the flexible web hingedly connecting the two sections being integral therewith and subjected to flexing while still hot from the mold to be flexible thereafter without breakage for the life of the case. A latch plate is also molded integral wi ...


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Oppenheimer Robert H: Dispensing device useable as an oral spray. Telmark Division of Globar, June 8, 1971: US3583609 (78 worldwide citation)

A jet-liquid-discharging device for use as an oral spray is provided by a gastight, valved-and-nozzled, refillable container filled with ordinary water into which a gas-producing chemical is to be introduced. A resilient member is provided in the container for multiple purpose of gauging the amount ...


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Smuland Robert J, Hope Ned A, Kercher David M: Temperature controlled shroud and shroud support. General Electric Company, June 8, 1971: US3583824 (76 worldwide citation)

A shroud for a turbine or the like having an inner surface for defining a flow passage and carrying a perforated baffle for impinging a pressurized fluid against the external surface of the shroud. The shroud is mounted by a support structure defining a chamber outwardly of the shroud which is compa ...


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Gibson George W: Two-piece credit identification cards. June 8, 1971: US3583317 (75 worldwide citation)

A credit identification card used for credit purchasing and the like having a flat main portion of a substantially rectangular shape with a longitudinal slot extending inwardly from one edge which is slidably engaged by a flat secondary portion of substantially the same shape as the longitudinal slo ...


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Ritsky Anthony F: Self-aspirating syringe. Astra Chemicals, June 8, 1971: US3583399 (66 worldwide citation)

A hypodermic syringe for medical, dental, or veterinary use employing cartridge ampuls of injectable fluid arranged to be automatically self-aspirating. A resilient membrane is deflected at the forward end of the ampul rearwardly of the ampul each time the syringe plunger is actuated, so that upon r ...


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Shaub Melvin H, Bouslough Nicholas F: Chip catcher. June 8, 1971: US3583821 (61 worldwide citation)

A safety guard and chip catcher to catch and retain dust, chips and debris resulting from a drilling operation, and having the form of a receptacle of flexible transparent material attached to the drill chuck and surrounding the drill bit and forming with the surface being drilled a sealed enclosure ...